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111.01peraw raw raw reeraw puteters out of Now Sealand in spight
111.01+Anglo-Irish reeraw: fuss, confusion, clamour, revelry (from Irish rí-rá)
111.01+Reerasta, Tipperary, where Ardagh chalice found
111.01+German Pute: turkey-hen, conceited woman
111.01+Danish puteter: potatoes
111.01+French peut-être: perhaps, maybe
111.01+New Zealand
111.01+seasand
111.01+in spite
111.01+in sight
111.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...spight...} (what appears to be an 'n' is most probably just a poorly-printed 'h')
111.02of the patchpurple of the massacre, a dual a duel to die to
111.02+purple patch: an excessively ornate passage in a literary composition
111.02+purple [109.11]
111.02+Childermas (28 December) celebrates Herod's massacre of the Holy Innocent children [110.35]
111.02+song A Terrible Lot to Do Today
111.03day, goddam and biggod, sticks and stanks, of most of the
111.03+French Slang Goddam: Englishman
111.03+god damn and by god (oaths)
111.03+Old French Bigot: Norman (pejorative)
111.03+Ruthenian big: god
111.03+sticks and stones
111.03+Dutch stank: stench
111.04Jacobiters.
111.04+Jacobites: supporters of the right of James II and his heirs to the English throne
111.04+Jacob's Biscuits (Dublin)
111.05     The bird in the case was Belinda of the Dorans, a more than
111.05+{{Synopsis: I.5.1.J: [111.05-111.24]: the text of the letter — the teastain}}
111.05+(the hen)
111.05+Belinda: heroine of Pope's The Rape of the Lock
111.05+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Dorans, a...} | {Png: ...Dorans a...}
111.05+(over fifty)
111.06quinquegintarian (Terziis prize with Serni medal, Cheepalizzy's
111.06+Latin quinquaginta: fifty
111.06+Turkish terzi: Albanian terzi: tailor
111.06+Italian terzo: third
111.06+Albanian sërmë, sermi: silver
111.06+CHE (Motif: HCE)
111.06+Chapelizod
111.07Hane Exposition) and what she was scratching at the hour of
111.07+Danish hane: cock
111.07+Albanian hane: inn
111.07+hen exhibition
111.07+scratching at
111.08klokking twelve looked for all this zogzag world like a goodish-
111.08+Danish klokken tolv: twelve o'clock [035.33] [353.15] [353.30] [511.06]
111.08+Danish klukke: to cluck
111.08+Albanian zog: bird; young
111.08+Zog I: King of Albania from 1928
111.08+Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard, ch. 53: 'The sod just for so much as a good sized sheet of letter-paper might cover, was trod and broken'
111.09sized sheet of letterpaper originating by transhipt from Boston
111.09+Albanian leter: paper
111.09+Motif: The Letter (major version of) [.09-.20]
111.09+Motif: The Letter: Boston Transcript
111.09+T.S. Eliot: The Boston Evening Transcript
111.10(Mass.) of the last of the first to Dear whom it proceded to
111.10+Motif: The Letter: the last of the first
111.10+31 January
111.10+Motif: The Letter: Dear, and it goes on to
111.10+proceeded
111.11mention Maggy well & allathome's health well only the hate
111.11+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty [.15] [.16]
111.11+(four ampersands) [.15-.16] [121.36-122.01] (Motif: The Letter: four crosskisses)
111.11+Motif: The Letter: all at home's health
111.11+Motif: The Letter: the heat turned the milk
111.11+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation hate: heat
111.12turned the mild on the van Houtens and the general's elections
111.12+Van Houten's Dutch Cocoa
111.12+Dutch houten: wooden
111.12+General Elections
111.12+erections
111.13with a lovely face of some born gentleman with a beautiful present
111.13+Motif: The Letter: lovely face
111.13+Motif: The Letter: born gentleman
111.13+Motif: The Letter: lovely present/parcel of cakes
111.14of wedding cakes for dear thankyou Chriesty and with grand
111.14+for tea
111.14+Motif: The Letter: dear, thank you ever so much
111.14+Motif: The Letter: Christine
111.14+Motif: The Letter: grand funeral/fun-for-all
111.15funferall of poor Father Michael don't forget unto life's & Muggy
111.15+Motif: The Letter: poor Father Michael
111.15+Motif: The Letter: don't forget
111.15+Motif: The Letter: unto life's end
111.15+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty [.11] [.16]
111.16well how are you Maggy & hopes soon to hear well & must now
111.16+Motif: The Letter: how are you
111.16+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty [.11] [.15]
111.16+Motif: The Letter: hopes to soon hear
111.16+Motif: The Letter: must now close
111.17close it with fondest to the twoinns with four crosskisses for holy
111.17+Motif: The Letter: with fondest love
111.17+twins
111.17+inn
111.17+Motif: The Letter: four crosskisses
111.17+(several of Paul's epistles close: 'Salute one another with a holy kiss' (Romans 16:16, I Corinthians 16:20, II Corinthians 13:12))
111.18paul holey corner holipoli whollyisland pee ess from (locust may
111.18+phrase hole-and-corner: secret, clandestine, underhand
111.18+Holy Corner: colloquial name for a crossroads in Edinburgh, Scotland (from the large number of churches in the area)
111.18+Greek holê polis: entire city
111.18+roly-poly
111.18+Motif: The Letter: P.S.
111.18+VI.B.45.106j (o): 'white ants eat ban — God's name' (the dash is apparently a minus sign)
111.18+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 62: (of a parchment written against Mohammed) 'When the parchment was unrolled, it was found that most of it had been eaten away by white ants, and the rules of the Ban were unreadable. An Arab historian relates that the only word which was still visible was the name of God'
111.19eat all but this sign shall they never) affectionate largelooking
111.19+
111.20tache of tch. The stain, and that a teastain (the overcautelousness
111.20+French tache: spot, mark, stain
111.20+Russian chai: tea
111.20+French thé: tea
111.20+Motif: The Letter: teastain
111.20+Tristan
111.20+overcautiousness
111.20+overcarelessness
111.20+Middle English cautel: crafty device, deceit, cunning; caution, precaution; a direction for the proper administration of the sacraments (especially in 'Cautels of the Mass')
111.20+Obsolete cautelousness: craftiness; wariness
111.20+Greek kautos: boiling
111.21of the masterbilker here, as usual, signing the page away), marked
111.21+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The Master Builder
111.21+bilk: deceive, evade paying a debt
111.21+Slang phrase giving the game away: unintentionally revealing one's intentions, letting a secret slip
111.22it off on the spout of the moment as a genuine relique of ancient
111.22+phrase on the spur of the moment
111.22+spout (of a teapot)
111.22+Charlotte Brooke: Reliques of Irish Poetry
111.23Irish pleasant pottery of that lydialike languishing class known as
111.23+peasant poetry
111.23+Lydia Languish, in Sheridan's The Rivals, wrote letters to herself (so did Molly Bloom in James Joyce: Ulysses)
111.23+Lydian: (of music) soft, sweet, soothing
111.23+ladylike
111.24a hurry-me-o'er-the-hazy.
111.24+VI.B.18.071d (k): 'the 'hazy' ocean'
111.24+Turner: The History of the Anglo-Saxons I.44: 'Hu Cadran, or Hu the Strong, or Mighty, led the nation of the Kymry through the Hazy, or German Ocean, into Britain, and to Llydaw, or Armorica, in France'
111.25     Why then how?
111.25+{{Synopsis: I.5.1.K: [111.25-112.02]: the letter's deterioration in the mound — similar to negative overexposure}}
111.26     Well, almost any photoist worth his chemicots will tip anyone
111.26+Cluster: Well
111.26+(photographer)
111.26+chemicals
111.26+Motif: Tip
111.26+(tell)
111.27asking him the teaser that if a negative of a horse happens to melt
111.27+negative, positive [.28]
111.27+James Joyce: Ulysses.9.84: 'Horseness is the whatness of allhorse' (parody of Aristotle)
111.28enough while drying, well, what you do get is, well, a positively
111.28+Cluster: Well
111.28+Cluster: Well
111.29grotesquely distorted macromass of all sorts of horsehappy values
111.29+ass, horse
111.30and masses of meltwhile horse. Tip. Well, this freely is what
111.30+milkwhite horse [262.22]
111.30+Motif: Tip
111.30+Cluster: Well
111.30+truly
111.31must have occurred to our missive (there's a sod of a turb for
111.31+son
111.31+sod of turf
111.31+turd
111.32you! please wisp off the grass!) unfilthed from the boucher by
111.32+wipe
111.32+Obsolete boucher: treasurer; butcher
111.33the sagacity of a lookmelittle likemelong hen. Heated residence
111.33+song Love Me Little, Love Me Long
111.33+(little eyes)
111.34in the heart of the orangeflavoured mudmound had partly ob-
111.34+
111.35literated the negative to start with, causing some features pal-
111.35+
111.36pably nearer your pecker to be swollen up most grossly while
111.36+Slang pecker: nose


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